On The Cuff Review Mother’s Day Gift Guide Event

On The Cuff prevents water from running down your arms when you’re washing your face, washing dishes, bathing baby, etc. An unusual idea, but once you use it, you won’t want to live without it. Make your Mom smile this Mother’s Day with On The Cuff!

She’ll wonder what it is, but when she tries it, she’ll probably say, “Why didn’t I think of that?” As Moms we have our hands in water a lot and who wants wet sleeves or wet arms? On The Cuff solves that problem easily.

ON THE CUFFâ„¢ – the “one size fits all” design is easy to use and comfortable to wear.

  • The unique stretch material of the cuffs allows you to slip onto your wrists without tearing.
  • Requires snug fit, push cuffs up your arm to tighten if needed.
  • If cuffs get heavily soiled rinse with warm soapy water, squeeze out excess water and allow to dry.

My Review: I have to admit, I thought this was an odd item at first. After using it a few times, I realized the time it saved though. I was a lot less frustrated when doing my every day tasks. I used it when washing those dishes and things I don’t put in the dishwasher, when I cleaned off the counters and when I helped wash my daughter’s long hair. And no wet arms or sleeves. They were easy to pull over my hands and then fit on my arms. I like the mesh bag so to keep them in and dry.

Purchase: Buy a mesh bag with 2 cuffs costs $7.99 online.

This Mother’s Day Gift Guide event has been ongoing throughout April. Please visit to see other reviews and giveaways.

Mesh bag and two cuffs provided by On The Cuff through a review opportunity at The Product Review Place.

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